French: Rousserolle de Henderson German: Hendersonrohrsänger Spanish: Carricero de la Henderson
Other common names: Henderson Warbler
Henderson Island, Pitcairn Islands.
See A. vaughani. Monotypic.
Henderson I, in SW Pitcairn Is (S Polynesia).
17 cm; male 22·5–30·5 g, female 21–25 g. A large warbler with relatively short bill. Has white head with crown mottled olive-brown and white, dark... read more
Call a high-pitched single note of short duration, and series of thin longer notes; latter resemble... read more
Forest. Entire Henderson I covered by mostly undisturbed forest, which in interior of island is low... read more
Food and feeding
Insects, including moths and caterpillars (Lepidoptera), hymenopterans (ants, large wasps), flies (Diptera), beetles (Coleoptera),... read more
Season well defined, late Aug to early Jan, coinciding with period of high abundance of suitable food. Partially co-operative breeder, in... read more
Status and conservation
VULNERABLE. Restricted-range species: present in Henderson Island EBA. Confined to one small, uninhabited island, where still abundant; main risk to its survival is... read more
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